Category:Social Software

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Wikipedia entry:

Social software refers to applications which facilitate virtual connection and collaboration between people on a network. It is sometimes described succinctly as "connection comes before content."

The term came into more common usage in late 2002, largely due to Clay Shirky who organized a "Social Software Summit" in November 2002, having started to use the term in April 2002. Shirky defines social software as "stuff that gets spammed" [1]

Some of the following tools or concepts might not be strictly related to social software, but they surely have appeared on my path to social software knowledge. All in all, I had to gather all this stuff in some way.

more: My predictions for Top Tools in 2009

Tracing the Evolution of Social Software

more (directory):

Jeff Miller and Brian Lamb (UBC): Rip. Mix. Feed.

Pages in category "Social Software"

The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total.